The point of departure for the design of the Oliver coffee table collection from Durlet is the optical illusion that to support three points on a floor base, you don’t need three sides of a triangle.
Thus the base appears to be a triangle without being one, and is therefore able to transform fluently and quite logical looking, from a flat leg to a vertical connection to the table surface. The family comprises a side table to put before and next to the sofa, a lower and wider round coffee table with two heights, an oblong coffee table and a long console using two of the same bases. This allows to create your own desired ideal coffee table setting according to your own style and needs.
The table top itself can then be chosen in either stained oak or upholstered in leather, and the arched base could be either painted black or in chrome. The name Oliver indeed originated from Oliver Twist, and there will immediately ring a bell of recognition when you see the design.